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Discover Santorini's beauty

Sculpted by the volcano, Santorini seashores are a wonder to see.

Santorini is one of the most well-known islands in the Mediterranean. Many people visit this small island for its famous beaches, stunning views, and amazing food. There are many pristine beaches on the island, which draw tourists from all over the world. Santorini’s beaches are typically public, but there are some that require private access. The public beaches usually charge a fee for sunbeds and umbrellas, but they’re great for families to enjoy. Shimmering water, sand dunes, and dreamy blue skies are all synonymous with the beach. It’s the perfect setting for a summer getaway. 

If you’re looking for an escape to the coast without the crowds, these beaches might be your answer!

The red beach

The red volcanic rocks and the red, pebble-sized rocks are made into a special image and are worth visiting to admire the natural environment, as well as to swim there during summer.


Perivolos’ beach begins where the beach of Perissa ends and is home to a number of of the island’s most renowned surf bars.


A lunar landscape, volcanic rocks, and an exotic atmosphere are south of Perivolos by means of access from the turn after Megalochori, the beach of Vlychada is a chic beach – although in recent years sunbeds and umbrellas have been added at the beginning of the beach for individuals who yearn for something more secluded.

The White Beach

Another stunning beach whose blue water is reminiscent of the moon is the White Beach, which is only accessible by watercraft. You can swim and enjoy the silica sand that fringes it and looks like a wood carving sculpted by salt and the wind.


Ammoudi, the port of Oia, is a small cove with a stunning view and many taverns. If you’re visiting the town of Oia, you can reach Ammoudi by walking up the hill.


Monolithos, a beach in Santorini, features shallow waters, dark sand, and umbrellas and sunbeds. It is the most famous place for beach celebrations on the island.


Perissa is a nice scenic village that is full of vacationers in the summer. It provides a good selection of accommodations for all budgets, including restaurants, taverns, cafes, and bars. The area is highly developed with modern amenities and is very welcoming, while holding strong to its traditional charm.